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HPB Surgery
Volume 3, Issue 3, Pages 217-220

Relationship Between Cholesterolosis and Pancreatitis

1Reader in Surgery, University of Birmingham, Consultant Surgeon, Dudley Road Hospital, UK
2Research Registrar, University Department of Surgery, Dudley Road Hospital, B18 7QH, Birmingham, UK

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